Ocean Temperature Monitoring
Articles & Whitepapers
Measuring Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Seawater - Case Study
Taking the Pulse of the Ocean Temperature and pH measurements can yield important information about how the physical environment of the ocean responds to warming and increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as well as global weather patterns. Different ecosystems within the ocean respond differently to these physical changes, making it important to take measurements from multiple ...
Using distributed temperature sensors to monitor an Antarctic ice shelf and sub-ice-shelf cavity
ABSTRACT. Monitoring of ice-shelf and sub-ice-shelf ocean temperatures represents an important component in understanding ice-sheet stability. Continuous monitoring is challenging due to difficult ...
Ocean pH: Then, Now, and Future
Ocean acidification is the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth's oceans, caused by the uptake of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) as water and air mix at the water’s surface. In an effort to better understand the historical evolution of ...
Equipment & Solutions
Deep Ocean Temperature Logger
The HOBO U12 Deep Ocean Water Temperature Data Logger is a single-channel water temperature logger with 12-bit resolution that can record up to 43,000 measurements. With its robust titanium housing, this logger is designed to withstand ocean extremes of depth and temperature.